I went with my wife to the concert of Genesi in Roma. I searched many hours in the web to find a nice hotel. Finally I decided for the Inn as San Anselmo (I do not know it) was full.
We reserved a double room for just one night. We arrived at 12.00 and we had to wait until 13.00 (seems normal in Rome). However they showed us the old ruins just under the hotel and they offered us a complimentary welcome drink in the terrace. Finally we got a much better room than the one we hired for the same price. Room 301. Quite ample (it seems that for Rome standards), sitting area, fireplace, impressive bed, big TV scree, IPOD device, two windows facing the narrow street. Bathroom: nice and clean with shower and bathtub with jacuzzi (quite pleasant after a long walk). Nice terrace in the top floor where they serve breakfast. If you pay more you could hire two rroms in the top with a small garden. Things to improve: a beer in the minibar costs 8 EUR, and breakfast (they run out of crosissants). Total price excluding extras: 264 EUR (as said before we got room 301 that should be more expensive).
Tips: from the airport to Termini in train 30 mn (train every half an hour). From there underground to Cavour 2 mn, and then 10 mn walk. Lokk for Via Baccina; the hotel is hard to find.
5 mn walk to Forum and Colisseum; 15 mn walk to Fontana di Trevi; 15-20 to Piazza Navonna and Pantheon.
It was hard to find nice restaurants close to the hotel ;cavour 313 just fine (I would not go there again but closes very late).
Cul de Sac close to Piazza Navonna decent food at good price.
5mn walks to the forum;
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just a few steps from some of the oldest and most precious ruins in Rome, including the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, this inn, member of the small luxury hotels of the world with 5 star service boasts charming views of the Campidoglio, Palatin Hill, Roman Forum, Venice Square. It is represented by Small Luxury Hotels of the World and is the only luxury residence in Rome which actually houses Roman ruins inside it. At the entrance, a passageway leads you to a Cryptoporticus, an exquisite stone gallery with engravings that can be traced back to 2,000 years ago. The five star service accommodations are carefully decorated in a modern style and are luxuriously furnished. On the roof terrace you can enjoy free snacks from 17:00 to 20:00. This inn is pet friendly. ... more less
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